Evans Hall is a vibrant community of women, together pursuing restoration in order to freely, authentically and holistically be who God created us to be and to offer our unique identities in relationship to one another and to the world.
One of the words continuously used by residents to describe Evans Hall is home. This mixed community provides a unique opportunity for freshmen to live alongside upperclassmen and for upperclassmen to take an active role in the community through supporting and coming alongside their freshmen peers.
It is a place that they feel known, accepted, and loved. It is a place where they can be comfortable and yet begin to step out of their comfort zone. Evans Hall is a place where women are free to be who God created them to be, even as they are discovering exactly who that is.
‘My desire is to encourage and support the residents of Evans Hall as they continue on their journey to becoming the women that God created them to be.’
My own college experience had such a significant impact on my life. After graduating, I first served in missions at a school for missionary kids in Germany, and then returned to the U.S. to work with college students. I know how this amazing experience can impact a person’s life and I am blessed to be able to walk alongside my students in their own exciting journey.
Hometown: Distant, PAColleges Attended: Anderson University;Indiana Wesleyan UniversityDegree: B.A. Marketing Communication;M.A. Student Development Counseling and AdministrationFamily: Husband, AndyFavorite meal at IWU: Wraps from the deli lineFavorite music: I have eclectic tastes ...
Best ResLife memory from your college days: All the pranks from my time in Rice HallBest thing about my job: Getting to be a part of the lives of the wonderful ladies of Evans Hall!Best thing about IWU: The community
Evans Hall was the first of the “L” shaped buildings to be built on campus in 1993. Evans is part of the West Village and shares a common lawn with its brother hall, Hodson. With two sand volleyball courts and a full-size lighted basketball court, the Evans/Hodson Lawn is alive with student activity and provides Evans residents with active campus life just outside their windows.
Being involved at the Women’s
Shelter is one way Evans Hall residents have participated in a very
relational ministry. Through this
experience and over time, residents are able to build trust and friendships
with the women. This is a beautiful
opportunity to learn and grow as a person.
Evans Hall4321 S. Wigger St.Marion, IN 46953
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